July 29, 2007


Mac Roundtable 2007.07.29 Episode #30

Filed under: Podcast — macroundtable @ 8:20 am

Episode #30 MacRoundtable with your host, Tim Verpoorten from the MacReviewCast podcast.
This episode has fellow podcasters:
Joseph Nilo: MacMediaCast.com
Don McAllister: ScreenCasts Online
Allison Sheridan: Nosillacast Podcast

In this episode we look at the hardware and software that helps us do the things we do on our Macs.
Following are some of the links we discuss during the podcast.
Mail Act-on http://www.indev.ca/MailActOn.html
Akismet is available at http://akismet.com/
Adium from http://adiumx.com
Skype from http://skype.com
Inquisitor from http://www.inquisitorx.com/safari
Flashblock from http://flashblock.mozdev.org/
KIT from http://reinventedsoftware.com
Caffeine from http://www.lightheadsw.com/
Skitch from plasq.com
Quicksilver from http://blacktree.com/
Flock Browser: www.flock.com
Pathfinder: www.cocoatech.com
Todoist: www.todoist.com
Spanning Sync: www.spanningsync.com
MailSteward: http://www.mailsteward.com
OWC: http://www.macsales.com
Firefox: http://www.mozilla.org


July 17, 2007


Mac Roundtable 2007.07.16 Episode #29

Filed under: Podcast — macroundtable @ 2:44 am

Episode 29 of the Mac Roundtable

The good, the OK, and the kinda bad behind the iPhone from some of the biggest iPhone and Apple fanboys in the business. Join Adam Christianson (Maccast), Joseph Nilo (Mac Mediacast), Rob Walch (Today In iPhone), and Scott Bourne (Apple Phone Show) as they try to look beyond the hype to reveal how the iPhone holds up as an everyday mobile device. They tackle it’s success and shortcomings while offering up some good tips and advice for new and potential iPhone owners alike. If you have even a mild interest in the iPhone this is an episode you won’t want to miss.

Apple Phone Show
Today In iPhone
iPhone Application List
Hack the iPhone
Will it Blend: iPhone
Belkin iPhone Accessories
TiVO To-Go in Invisible Shield

Join hosts Steve Stanger from the The Mac Attack, Tim Verpoorten from MacReviewcast, Adam Christianson from the MacCast and Joseph Nilo from Mac Mediacast

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